Sanudi rejects Wanderers exit rumours: I’m not joining Master Security

Mighty Be Forward Wanderers and Flames regular right back Stanly Sanudi has distanced himself with a possible move to TNM Super League newly promoted side Master Security claiming he is happy at the Lali-Lubani road.

Sanudi (right): Committed to Wanderers

Speaking to Nyasa Times, Sanudi said he has no reasons to quit Wanderers at the mean time and his only dream is to play professional football.

“I have heard rumors that I want to ditch Wanderers for Masters Security. These rumors are baseless as I have never ever had official contact with them because am contracted to Wanderers. Wanderers is like a family to me and I don’t think these reports are coming from professional people,” said Sanudi.

The former Tigers player also hinted that his contract will expire in April and not what others have been speculating through other media outlets.

“I have a running contract with Wanderers until April this year. Right now, we are in the process of extending the contract and once it materializes, we will announce the extension to the public to rubbish all the rumors. I am happy to remain a Nomad and right now am enjoying my holiday,” said the former Tigers defender.

Sanudi has been a regular for both club and country and was among a group of players that guided Wanderers to their Carlsberg Cup defence apart from winning the FISD Challenge Cup and the recent Luso TV Bus Ipite Bonanza.

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7 years ago

Sanudi we love you just relax on b f ward green pasture and enjoy your blessings,which God gave you to trouble strikers(defender) umakwana umakwana umakwana

7 years ago

Gangata wa master security be4 buying playerS increase malipiro adzilonda ako ur paying dem peanut yet akukupangi dola

7 years ago

football is for fun to supporters but is for money to prayers you can go where there is money

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